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Photophysical and electrochemical behavior of thin solid films based on a three-dimensional ruthenium complex network

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RuL2+3 (L = 2,2′-bipyridine-4,4′-diphosphonic acid) thin solid films were fabricated by three-dimensional linking between the phosphonic acid substituents of L and Zr(O)Cl2. The RuL3 chromophores in the films are electronically independent of each other in the ground state and give emission spectra essentially identical to that of RuL2+3 in solution, although the emission lifetime is much shorter. The films are electrochemically active, showing pseudo-reversible oxidation behavior in cyclic voltammetry. A preliminary attempt has been made to apply these films to photoelectrochemical cells.

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2007-01-01
2016-12-04

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